Blockchain is opening new windows to reconstruct the network-based applications and solutions using a decentralized platform. As a major part of the FT Cambridge’s development activities, We aim to deploy and support such platforms by decentralized applications (dApps) in multidisciplinary subjective approaches.
How Does it Work?
Our designing approach is based on a smart contract configuration to launch and initiate a verified technical roadmap by adjusting the required elements on the smart contract. Regarding the nature of a decentralized application, smart contracts could be modified and configured accordingly.
As soon as finalizing the design stage, a deployed smart contract would be verified and connected to a peer to peer blockchain ecosystem for sharing the blocks’ data and information with the network’s masternodes. Each blockchain node will include a verified data/information hash of the main contract.
Once a decentralized application (dApp) will be activated and connected to the main blockchain network, its users and connectors will gain their profits and use their advantages of sharing and receiving the verified data by sorted blocks in a peer to peer and secure network. It could be monitored through the blockchain explorer constantly.
dApps could be proposed, initiated and profited in multidisciplinary subjective approaches. Data and information could be shared and distributed using a decentralized network to provide more transparency, security, access and sustainability in a systematic framework.
- Type A: dApps using our own blockchain ecosystem
- Type B: dApps using an acquired blockchain ecosystem to work as a protocol
- Type C: dApps using the leveraged protocols to sustain their data sharing platforms.